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Acquisition of behaviors involved in expressing feelings in attitudes, appreciations, and values.
affective learning
Comparisons made between things otherwise unalike.
analogies
Acquisition of intellectual skills that encompass behaviors such as thinking, understanding, and evaluating.
cognitive learning
Person's fulfillment of the prescribed course of treatment.
compliance
Inability to read or comprehend above a fifth-grade level.
functional illiteracy
Acquisition of new knowledge and skills as a result of reinforcement, practice, and experience.
learning
Written statements that describe the knowledge or skill a teacher expects an individual to gain following a learning activity.
learning objective
Internal impulse that causes a person to take action.
motivation
Acquisition of ability to perform motor skills.
psychomotor learning
Provision of a contingent response to a learner's behavior that increases the probability of the behavior recurring.
reinforcement
Demonstrations performed by the client after he or she has first observed the teacher and then practiced the skill in mock or real situations.
return demonstrations
Term that refers to a person's perceived ability to successfully complete a task.
self-efficacy
Implementation method used to present correct principles, procedures, and techniques of health care.
teaching